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Old 08-16-2017, 11:55 AM
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Sorry you feel that way, might be a way to get your other windshields done.
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Old 08-16-2017, 02:07 PM
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Bill in the beginning of the video it showed some stats for the seafair sedan and I thought I saw 1350 lbs for weight but after looking at this link from fiberglassics.com it says it is 880lbs for a 1964. So the older ones have to be close to that I would think.

http://www.fiberglassics.com/library...sparb64001.jpg

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Old 08-19-2017, 05:33 PM
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According to fiberglassics library a seafair sedan hull weighs closer to 1000 lbs
I'll assume you guys are right, dont know where i got 400+ need to look into this. thanks
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Bill in the beginning of the video it showed some stats for the seafair sedan and I thought I saw 1350 lbs for weight but after looking at this link from fiberglassics.com it says it is 880lbs for a 1964. So the older ones have to be close to that I would think.

http://www.fiberglassics.com/library...sparb64001.jpg

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Thanks for the link. So it is 880#. my SF-Sedan is a '63 with fiberglass floor stringers so weight should be correct for my year. Better than 1350 to tow for sure
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Old 08-20-2017, 08:07 PM
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Mine is a 63 too and I think the tong weight is around 400 lbs so you should be good with a Subaru! They go anywhere!
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I have a 64 Seafair that weighs 840. Yamaha 85 weighs 250. 30 gals of gas is 180. The rest is fishing tackle,kicker motor,bait tank,ect...
My trailer is 600 or so. My guess is 2000 lb going down the road. It's tows great.

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Just got my registration for the trailer and didn't think of it before but it has unladen wt. as 400 lbs. Is whats on the reg card usually correct? sure seems light for its size? Its A 1990 Eagle trailer single axle, think originally for a 21 foot boat, at least thats what was told to me.
Was just figuring weight for towing

think the seafair is about 400#
the anchor mut be around 300
trailer 400? for ? 1100# so gas and gear say 400 ish // 1500lbs total not so bad for towing with smaller veh. Its probably much for my 99 subaru outback i just got as the miles are high and worry about trans failure towing that weight? yeah its a auto trans.

I dont even know if it could pull a boat up a ramp, then migt have one of those classic pics
I wouldn't rely on brochures for factual information. Every boat is made by hand, all weigh a bit different than the next. Take the boat to a truck scale and pay $10 to get it weighed. Only then will you have the correct answer.

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